Edith L. "Salley" Nikkel, WB6FOA

   Roger Corum, WD6CNV

                SK 2/3/19

​Celebrating 61 years of service!

Net Manager:                        Jim Wintemute AA6F

Net Secretary:                      Ken Martzen W6WMD

Assistant Net Secretary:   Jeff Lillard  AD6RH

​Web Master:                         Myron Sheklian WA6BLB


                                                                            San Joaquin Net History


                                                        The San Joaquin net was formed April 28, 1959, by                                                               K6EJT Bill with a group of amateur radio operators                                                             that included:
                                                        Al K6RPL, Roger K6HEZ, Alex W6BWM, Fred WA6AFW,                                                         Joe W6YQK, Jim K6ZFM, Floyd W6MJS, Verne K6EBO,                                                             John W6QRB, Sam K6OBG, Charlie K6SWW and Mike                                                           WA6OLG.
They met on 3.915 Kc every night but Sundays and holidays.
Members gave a weather report from their area.
The net increased in members, and changed the name to The San
Joaquin Net.  The net has grown to a membership of over seventy
members with Q T H's throughout California.



                                                                                  The history of the San Joaquin Net was
                                            Compiled by Edith L. "Salley"  Nikkel  WB6FOA  of Pleasant Hill and copied
                                                                          by Harry L.  "Bud" Odgers WA6OVE of El Portal
                                                                                                         April, 1991


Remembering Our Silent Keys 

George Stevans, K6SNA

           SK 8/6/19

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       Is There a San Joaquin HF Net Picnic in Your Future?


​​Last year we were unable to meet at Roeding Park in Fresno. The City of Fresno is not currently accepting reservations. Because there was some interest in perhaps getting together this year,  Larry AD6W, checked into the possibility of meeting in Kingsburg on May 1, 2021. Kingsburg is right off Highway 99 and about 20 miles south of Roeding Park where we have met in past years.

Two parks are available to rent in Kingsburg.  Memorial Park is larger and has a reserved covered picnic area with tables, BBQ facilities, water, a horseshoe pit game area, restrooms and a play area for kids. It is located eight-tenths of a mile off of Highway 99 on the corner of Sierra and 18th right across from Kingsburg High School.   Parallel parking on the street is suitable for RV parking along two sides. Other events could be going on simultaneously. Larry has tentatively reserved that for us for Saturday, May 1st from 7:00 AM to 3 PM. 

The park is near the restored 1875 Historic Kingsburg SP Railroad Depot of which Larry is President! He is up to offering brief tours if anyone is interested. Kingsburg has a clean and quaint main street with lots of restaurants, a very cute old time ice cream parlor, etc. 

                       San Joaquin HF Net News:

    

San Joaquin Net meets Monday-Saturday on 3918 khz, at 6 PM Pacific Time

 Harry L. "Bud" Odgers, WA6OVE

The Blanket Check-in Stats shown above are courtesy of our net manager AA6F

Bob Perry, K6GDI

        SK 2/14/19

Roland H. Ron Dinsmoor,                  N6JQL

           SK 3/5/20

Joe Mizutani, WB6KCE

      SK 2/8/19

Alan J. Vicenti, N6QOG

           SK 4/16/20

                          San Joaquin HF Net Picnic Survey

Please take a moment to give us your opinion on holding some sort of get-together this year. CLICK HERE for the survey.